Audiovisual Technology

C4230 – Certificate IV in Audiovisual Technology
C5231 – Diploma of Audiovisual Technology

  • Camera
  • Vision
  • Maintenance
  • Events

The Certificate IV in Audiovisual Technology will provide students with a broad range of audiovisual technology skills at a technical level, including audiovisual production, video and presentation equipment operation, television studio production, digital photography, Protools, location lighting, practical placement and equipment maintenance.

The Diploma of Audiovisual Technology will provide students with a range of specialised technical, creative and/or conceptual skills that may be used in corporate events, education, installation, screen and other sectors of the audiovisual industry. Students train in home theatre installation and design, broadcast news camera, short drama video production and editing, production lighting and audio, video technical direction, music DVD and events production and practical placement.

These are unique programs, not offered at any other Australian college or university.


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Program information

Program guide – Entrance requirements, duration, program structure, application procedures, fees and more.

Frequently asked questions – 2014 intake (PDF 33 KB)

Areas covered within the program include the setup, operation and maintenance of:

  • Vision and Video Projection Systems
  • Lighting systems
  • Sound Reinforcement Equipment and Mixing Console operation
  • TV and film Camera shoots, including multi-cam environment
  • Non-Linear Vision mixing systems
  • Video and Audio editing systems
  • 2D graphics manipulation
  • Broadcast facility maintenance

Information for current students (student login required).

Student profiles

Julien

Julien de Sainte Croix

Audiovisual Technology graduate

“The engagement with industry is fantastic. I heard from a careers councillor at school that RMIT was great with its practical placement and industry involvement—I’ve finally got to experience this first hand.

“Initiatives such as the Industry Advisory Board are actually amazing, I remember doing my practical placement at the Melbourne Convention Centre last year and learning that not only had one of my teachers been a manager there previously, but that one of the technical operations senior heads supervising me was on the advisory board for my course—I could not ask for any greater involvement from a program!”


Karen

Karen Williams

Audiovisual Technology graduate

“AV is a fantastic course and gives you plenty of opportunities in the industry. It’s really good for hands on people but also has a good balance of theory and it’s a lot of fun learning about audio visual at RMIT.”

Career outlook

Graduates are prepared for work in production roles in the following fields: staging and event production, broadcast television, broadcast radio, audiovisual equipment hire and staging, audiovisual systems design, audiovisual installation including home theatre, corporate video production, education AV support, theatre, multimedia, film production, hotel audiovisual production and operation, audiovisual production, audiovisual equipment operation.

Past graduates have been employed in organisations such as the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Victorian Arts Centre (audio and staging departments) and broadcast television networks.

Working with industry

The MAVIS Project – The project is a collaboration between two RMIT departments: Music Industry (Technical Production) and Audiovisual Technology.

Staff

John Phillips – Program manager

Simon Embury – Teacher

Rowan Humphrey – Teacher

Rebekha Naim – Teacher

Contact us

Program enquiries

John Phillips

General enquiries

Speak to our friendly staff about programs, applications, pathways and important dates at RMIT Info Corner.

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